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Friday, 27 October 2006 20:50

Leatherman Vista Review

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Hi everybody! I may be a new guy but I've been around various forums for years, so what better way to intro myself than my first review?

Overall thoughts; Gee whiz is this thing B I G!!!! Here it is next to my ol' Buck tool

Leatherman Vista

Sunday, 22 October 2006 21:24

Leatherman Removable Bit Driver Review

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I recently had an opportunity to try out Leatherman’s removable hex bit driver. A friend of mine who works in the cable TV business had bought the adapter kit a few weeks ago. He encounters a variety of Torx and hex fasteners in his job, and figured this would be the best way to adapt his Leatherman Blast to the task.

Leatherman Removable Bit Driver

Monday, 09 October 2006 14:56

SOG S62 PowerLock Review

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Well it's been 5 years and many, many miles this tool has been traveling on my side and this is a update of sorts on how it's been holding up.

SOG S62 PowerLock

Sunday, 08 October 2006 17:31

Victorinox Spirit Review

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First off let me say that this will be more than a review, think of it as “ramblings of a multitool enthusiast”. I have been a fan of the multitool scene ever since I was introduced to it around 2001. I had known about Swiss Army Knives, which virtually everyone carried, and of Tim Leatherman’s brand of tools that also were on the market. I never was a pocket knife person and never did carry one, let alone a tool of any kind, I just didn’t see why anyone would ever need one….and then I was hooked. A couple of the guys at work had pocket knives and I was not drawn in to own one myself but I did fancy the ingenuity and simplicity of them. On my birthday (Dec 12th) in 2000, the guys at work pitched in and bought me my first mulitool. Their choice was a Gerber Multi-Lite, since I seemed to be a person that might not like just having a knife; they figured they could give me something with a little more utility. Ever since I received that gift I have been hooked on knives and tools alike, my quest went from there to find the perfect multitool. Course problem being was; the market was quite saturated with so many tools that it makes ones head hurt trying to decide. With other brands adding to the above mentioned, like Bear MGC, Kershaw, Buck, SwissTech, etc. you really had to do your homework before you made your purchase.

Victorinox Spirit

Sunday, 08 October 2006 13:05

Leatherman Fuse Review

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The Fuse is the middle child in a family of three tools Leatherman brought out in 2004. It is more capable than the less expensive Kick , but thinner and lighter than the Blast. All three tools bear a strong resemblance to each other, and all share the same improved stronger elliptical plier head. (Along with the Leatherman Charge and New Wave .)

Leatherman Fuse

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